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good morning, america. this morning -- the sports world sex scandal. an ex-coach at one of the most storied college football programs in america, charged with sexually abusing young boys. now there are allegations of a university cover-up, what did the legendary coach joe paterno know? earthquake in the heartland. oklahoma's hit by the biggest earthquake ever there. a magnitude 5.6 sends people running. shakes newsroom. and rattles a huge football stadium.
>> the stadium was rocking. >> we have the latest. thwarted love. amanda knox's ex-boyfriend is now speaking out this morning, new details about their doomed relationship. and he answers the big question -- does he still love her? and moving on up. breaking royal news. william and kate are officially moving. we take you inside their new home, but the question everyone is asking, do they need a bigger place because their family is about to get bigger? we're all energized and smiles this morning. >> fall back is an important
national holiday for anyone who works the morning shift on the weekend. fall back. we have some news. the latest controversy to rock the reality tv world. this is lip syncing on "the x factor," it claims its contestants are performing live. how simon cowell's show was busted. and what the judge we love to hate is saying about it. >> big question, what could do that to ratings? if anything? also this morning -- check it out. golden retriever, one of the key members of this lacrosse team. we amazing the story of this young girl that she leads on treacherous runs. >> really cool story. we're going to begin with those ugly sexual abuse charges at the penn state. lot of questions this morning, including how much university officials and legendary head coach joe paterno knew and when they knew it. abc's t.j. winick is on the campus with more. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: bianna, good morning to you.
for decades penn state football played here at beaver stadium has been known as the gold standard of how a college football should be run. that's why these allegations, these shocking allegations of abuse and cover-up has shaken this entire sport to its core. the allegations are shocking that here in one of the biggest and storied football programs, boys as young as 10 were being sexually abused. by one of the team's most prominent figures. >> this is absolutely a stunner in the world of sports. if you were to say, give me squeaky clean in college football, one of the answers that you might say first penn state. >> reporter: jerry sandusky, the architect of penn state's power defense, the former defensive coordinator may become better known for allegations of sexual abuse. sandusky's attorney says that his client is innocent and fight the charges. more startling, sandusky worked with underprivileged children
through a foundation that he started named second mile. >> children who are troubled are going to be more vulnerable to someone paying attention to them. >> reporter: what may shake the university, the charges also accuse penn state officials of a cover-up. athletic director tim curley and university vice president gary schultz failed to report it to state authorities. >> when people have this type of information, they deny it's actually occurring. because they're concerned it affecting their concerns. >> reporter: attorneys for both men say their clients are innocent. questions are also surrounding head coach and football legend joe paterno. according to investigation a graduate assistant to the team discovered sandusky in a shower with a boy who relaid it to coach paterno who relaid the account to the athletic director. he said that schultz and curley
have his unconditional support. those two men are expected to turn themselves into authorities tomorrow morning in harrisburg. dan? >> big story. now to politics, your voice, your vote. last night it was supposed to be herman cain against newt gingrich, instead it became herman cain against the press corps. in a rather remarkable showdown. also this morning, newt gingrich surging despite controversies. over things like his tiffany's expense account. abc's david kerley is covering all of this in washington. >> debate is probably the wrong word to use when we talk about what happened last night. the real fireworks came after the event when cain lashed out reporters for an issue that has dogged his campaign for more than a week. >> don't even go there. >> reporter: herman cain lashed out at reporters again last night. >> please send him the journalistic code of ethics.
>> reporter: when asked if he was ever to address questions about sexual harassment allegations he said this before -- >> herman cain and newt gingrich. >> reporter: agreeing on most issues, trading notes and compliments. >> i'm supposed to have a minute to disagree with something that he said but i don't. >> i'm going to side step the great temptation to discuss 9-9-9. >> reporter: before a texas tea party audience, they gave the conservatives what they wanted. private tiezing social security and medicare. >> let's get politicians out of that decisionmaking. >> this is a battle to be the alternative to mitt romney. we have seen a number of candidates already. now there's talk about newt gingrich possibly emerging as the anti-romney. >> reporter: that's right.
these conservatives are surging. while herman cain's skyrocketing in the poll has gotten the attention, unnoticed by some is gingrich's climb. gingrich's poll numbers fell off a cliff this summer. after a debt to tiffany's for his wife's jewelry. >> these were the things that torpedoed his candidacy. when he first entered the presidential race. >> reporter: gingrich dropped to below 5%. in the past month, he zoomed into double digits. 12% in our latest poll. experts believe that it's unlikely that gingrich will really emerge as the opponent that could beat mitt romney. they also point out that this is a very unusual campaign psych. cycle. they're hedging their bet that anything could happen this time around. >> that is true, david, thank you. let's bring in the host of "this week," christiane amanpour. these candidates are facing off at a time when voter outrage
with washington and politicians, steams have reached a boiling point. you have some new details on a new abc news poll that seem to confirm this. >> that's absolutely right. there is a mood of real pessimism and anxiety across the country. that new poll shows the numbers. some 80% of the american people are dissatisfied with the federal government. and of those, 31% are flat out angry. that's an all-time high. as to who is to blame the poll shows, well, 35% of the unhappy people blame the republicans in congress. 32% blame president obama and 26% say, basically, it's on both those houses. clearly a lot to work to be done. >> and one man who has picked up on this level of dissatisfaction is former president bill clinton. he's out with a new book on how
to bring america back. he lashes out at the obama administration as well from the debt debacle, debt ceiling debacle and the midterm elections as well. is he someone that the administration is wanting to embrace or sort of distance themselves from as we go into this campaign year? >> well, bianna, this book is coming out this week, you'll hear a lot more about it. early reports are saying he said that the administration hasn't put out the story as well as they could have. but bill clinton is a very successful politician, who reaches out and touches many, many people who will be required in this election, so it may be a little irritating for the obama administration, but to have bill clinton out campaigning and supporting, is likely to be a net positive for him. they did use him during the lame-duck session. >> likely see a lot of him in the coming months. all right, christiane, we appreciate it.
and be sure to join christiane later this morning when she goes one-on-one with house speaker john boehner in a "this week" exclusive. the jury in the michael jackson doctor trial get back to business tomorrow. there's one big question that could create reasonable doubt and lead to a hung jury. abc's diana alvear takes a closer look now. >> reporter: who injected michael jackson with that fatal dose of propofol. his doctor or the superstar himself? the case against conrad murray arrives on that very question. jurors heard the defense propofol expert, tom white, that michael jackson could have injected himself. when murray stepped out of the room. >> so you think it was a self-injection of propofol between 11:30 and 12:00?
>> in my opinion, yes. >> reporter: but the prosecution star witness, dr. steven schafer, insisted that the sedated superstar couldn't have muster the energy to administer the propofol himself. >> crazy scenario. >> reporter: the jury has to decide whether the self-injection scenario could have taken place? which argument holds more weight? >> it seems that the schafer view of circumstances is more plausible without question. dr. white's theory is definitely a stretch. is it a reasonable stretch or ridiculous unreasonable stretch? if there's one juror that finds the defense's version to be reasonable, then they're going to hang firm because the judge has told them to hang firm. >> if the jury is not unanimous, and it results in a hung jury the trial is over, dr. murray goes free and the prosecutor decides whether to retry the case. for now, seven men and five women will reunite tomorrow for their second day of deliberations. debating who gave jackson his fatal dose of propofol?
for "good morning america," diana alvear, abc news, los angeles. >> big verdict to come. let's go over to ron claiborne for a look at that other big news. including that earthquake. in oklahoma. in oklahoma of all places. they're assessing the damage there in oklahoma, after the strongest earthquake in oklahoma history. the 5.6 magnitude quake was centered 40 miles northeast of oklahoma. one local news cast was on the air during that earthquake. >> right now, live shaking quite a bit. it's now calming down as another earthquake has just hit. >> the earthquake came a day after smaller quakes that cracked some buildings there in oklahoma. also reports of buckled roadways and cracked buildings. and more than a week after a rare october snowstorm, more than 100,000 businesses and homes in connecticut still don't have power. the power company say 99% of
their customers will have electricity by midnight tonight. nearly two dozen people were arrested at after an occupy atlanta confrontation. police rounded up demonstrators who refused to leave the park and those who spilled out into the street after leading the park. police in england have cleared all of the cars, from a pile-up. the fiery crash occurred late friday, killing 7 people and injuring more than 50. police say that wet road and smoke from a nearby fireworks display, likely contributed to the crash. finally, think of your cable bill as too high, consider the cost of waiting for the cable guy, it's a lot worse. a new survey finds americans lose $37.7 billion on a year to fix, install something. $250 a person. i got to be honest, i don't know how they calculated
that. by the way, i forgot to say good morning to you. i apologize. >> good morning to you. >> what was that movie? cable guy with jim carrey. yeah. >> gets your blood boiling. it's time now for the weather and j.c. monahan from our boston affiliate. good morning to you. let's get right to it. starting in weber canyon, utah, they had a 25-car pileup, due to icy roads there. led to one fatality. semitruck hit into another one. it's the north of salt lake city. there's another storm moving on the west coast, that is -- had brought 6 inches to the sierras. another storm moving into the southern plains states. not as strong as the last one.
strengthen a bit as it moves towards kansas city. that's a look around the country. >> a look at the midwest and northeast when we come back. dan? now to the supermodel christy turlington, she has graced more than 500 magazine covers. worked for calvin klein and versace, but today, she's making news for a very different reason. why is she running the new york city marathon? she spoke with abc's juju chang.
>> reporter: she's one of the most photographed women in the world, but today supermodel christy turlington-burns isn't walking the runway, she's running in central park, training for the new york city marathon. are you ready for the marathon? >> i think so. i'm as ready as i can. >> reporter: she's running to help change the fact that pregnancy is the leading death for girls in developing countries. the call that you made for all moms to run 5ks. why is that important? >> minimum distance that a woman has to walk to get to a clinic. >> reporter: this woman who christy featured in her film. >> she had walked five miles, pregnant with her third child, about 20 days past her due date. she was observed for about 15 minutes an hour and she was sent back that same distance home. she needed an emergency procedure. >> reporter: christy herself
suffered a serious complication during the birth of your daughter. your complication, if you were in the developing world could have led to your death? >> absolutely. >> in my complication, led to a postpartum hemorrhage which is leading cause of maternal death in pregnancy. and as she goes the distance today the supermodel will be a role model for moms across the globe. juju chang, abc news, new york. >> to learn more about christy turlington and every mom counts, go to million moms challenge.com johnson and johnson will donate a $1 for each 100,000 sign up. or like the million moms challenge on facebook. dan, we're going to talk about prince william and kate. in a new twist in the great pregnancy guessing game the palace has announced that the couple is moving. do they need more room for growing a family?
lama hasan is looking into that question. their new digs aren't too shabby. >> reporter: not too shabby at all. good morning you, exciting stuff. william and kate, they have new digs. new, bigger home. no, we haven't given up on those pregnancy rumors. now known as peanutgate. we have been digging a little bit deeper for you. william and kate will be moving from their modest two-bedroom london pad to this. feast your eyes on this humble abode, that will soon be calling home -- a three-story apartment with 20 regal rooms. complete with a glorious, well-pruned garden which we saw when "good morning america's" robin roberts got a tour. >> we're here at kensington palace. >> there is plenty of space. they have a nursery on the third floor. it's a ready-home family home. >> it has a nursery floor, ready
made family home. is this a clue or hint? are they trying to tell us something? is kate pregnant? remember this nugget of evidence when she refused to eat the peanut paste when hubby chowed down. >> reporter: they want to do things very secretively. the palace is not commenting either way. i suspect this will not be the first or last pregnancy rumor. but, yes, we have dubbed it peanutgate. >> reporter: back to the apartment, williams knows this palace well. where he grew up with his father prin charles and his mom diana. >> kate told a friend that it was a little too creepy, the idea of moving back into the home where her husband grew up. i think this is happy compromise. >> reporter: but it hasn't been lived in since princess margaret died in 2002. >> it will need everything to modernize it.
they're going to have a bit of a wait before they can move in. once it's refurbished, kate will set about making it home. >> reporter: the bright colors will probably go and be replaced by more neutral colors to make it look more modern and more hip for this young royal couple. their posh pad needs major renovation work. they won't be able to move in before 2013. that's two years from now. it's a bigger home with a nursery. maybe that's a clue. maybe that's when they will start a family. i don't know, just a hunch. >> you know, it's beautiful. their backyard is actually hyde park. it's stunning. it's a nice house they're moving into. >> sounds pretty good. coming up on "good morning america" -- amanda knox's ex-boyfriend breaks his silence. why he says that one of his most wonderful nights of his life was with amanda, so does he still love her? will he leave italy to be with her? plus, the x factor flub.
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♪ ♪ly never make it -- this is a key moment. the guy starts singing a couple seconds after you hear his voice. this has started a controversy in the fan world of competitive singing shows, this is from "the x factor." whether lip-syncing is common on these shows. good morning, america. i'm dan harris. >> and i'm bianna golodryga. it's sunday, november 6th. also ahead --
i love this story. such an inspirational story about a girl and her dog. we'll tell you how the extreme guide dog helped her owner get back into the game after a devastating diagnosis. and talking about extreme -- how about bunny hopping on a competitive level, yes, this is for real. the latest craze in the rabbit world, i didn't even know that there was a rabbit world. coming up in a segment we call "fixation." >> that's a big rabbit. but we're going to begin with amanda knox, she can't escape the spotlight even after her murder conviction was overturned. and she returned to the u.s. now her ex-boyfriend raffaele sollecito is speaking out for the first time about their tragic love affair. abc's scott goldberg has the details on what he said. >> reporter: to americans, he was always the other defendant. the former boyfriend of amanda knox. while she hides from cameras, raffaele sollecito is talking. on italian tv, he opened up about their relationship and the night amanda's roommate meredith
kercher was killed. he said for me, that night was beautiful evening. i spent the evening in amanda's company. we were living an idyllic love story. he called it simply a seed that had been planted in the earth. the problem is, someone took that seed and crushed it. the former couple spent four years in what sollecito called hell. they were found guilty of murdering kercher and then dramatically set free after they appealed. he said that infamous image of them kissing a day after the murder, has been misinterpreted. he said that he was trying to comfort knox after police seized her clothes. he said that he prays every day for meredith's family and he don't know if he'll accept the offer from amanda's father to visit the knox family in
seattle. >> whether or not they take us up on that is too early to tell. i know that raffaele is experiencing the same things that amanda is experiencing and wanting to reconnect with people. >> reporter: sollecito may not be ready for a reunion. in a tv interview, he got emotional when showed video of amanda back at home. i wish her all of the best in the world, he said, because she suffered like i did, more than i did, i want her to be the happiest woman in the world. for "good morning america," scott goldberg, abc news, new york. >> huge transition for both of them. let's check the other stories developing this morning. with ron claiborne. huge story in the world of sports. at penn state university, really a scandal rocking that football powerhouse. penn state has been rocked by that scandal. and a former defensive coach jerry sandusky was arrested on saturday and charged sexually assaulting eight boys. over a 15-year period. two school administors were charged with covering it up.
herman cain lashed out at the media last night after his debate with newt gingrich. he cut off reporters who were trying to ask his questions about the sexual harassment claims against him. joe frazier is in hospice, just a month after being diagnosed with lifer cancer, the 67-year-old boxer was the first man to ever defeat muhammad ali. back 40 years now. and diamonds are still forever, tmz has reported that kim kardashian will pay soon to be ex-husband kris humphries to keep her engagement ring, valued at around approximately $2 million. >> 2 million. >> i don't understand that. why keep it? i guess it's her decision. >> a ring is a ring. it's time now for the weather. and j.c. mon han from our boston
affiliate. >> good morning, let's talk temperatures. new england finally getting back to average around here. we're above normal in places like st. louis. don't get used to it. cold front coming through. in the midwest. bringing snow to the dakotas. colder air will filter into the midwest. speaking of cold, out in the southwest, we're still below average. vegas should be around 71 degrees. instead, 55 for a high today. that's what's happening around the country. >> this weather report has been brought to you by k-mart. dan and bianna. >> thank you, j.c. did you know that j.c. and i went to high school together? >> i knew that. we'll talk after the show.
coming up here on "good morning america" -- are talent competition shows trying to fake us out? the controversy coming up after the break. plus on the run. all thanks to a guide dog like no other, we'll tell you about sami and chloe and their bond. zblmpbt later, a real dog and pony show, the story behind this showdown. showdo showdown. ♪your house will be so bright. ♪all lit up on christmas night. ♪no one does christmas, ♪like you do christmas. ♪you find the perfect toy. ♪that fills their hearts with joy.♪ ♪the gifts that make their day. ♪got it all on layaway. ♪no one does christmas, ♪like kmart does christmas.
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raises that mike to his mouth. the apparent lip-syncing incident has forced fox to admit, that yes, even in a competition show, we're not always hearing live voices. >> i have seen the biggest stars, biggest icons of our time using all of this technology. it's to create a perfect final product. >> reporter: fox has shrugged off the criticism saying that this is how these kind of shows work. they say that lip-syncing happens pretty regularly. >> such an obvious flub some say that in today's high-tech world of pop music this could be good, training for real -- star -- stardom. a little harder than it works. from britney spears on the 2007 video mtv music awards to ashlee simpson on "saturday night love."
who can forget the poster boys for lip syncing? former r&b group milli vanilli. they managed to snag grammy awards for words they never even sang. >> should we give this grammy back now? >> is it cheating? yes. when you think about these kids and adults on "x factor" are auditioning to become the next great major pop singers, this is what everyone in the industry does. they have to learn to do it and do it convincingly. >> reporter: after all, they call it show business for a reason. for "good morning america," rob nelson, abc news, new york. >> some disillusioned fans out there this morning. coming up here -- bianna has an incredible story about a guide dog that helped turn one young girl's life around. keep it here. a guide dog that helped turn one young girl's life around. keep it here.
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going bad. >> reporter: for months, she and her family didn't know what was causing the decline. >> it was a pretty tough time. it was tough on sami and definitely tough on us. >> reporter: she was diagnosed with a condition that causes center vision loss. losing her sight has been so trying for someone so young. if there was one thing that you could see just one more time and have a good look at one more time, what would that be? >> probably my family's faces. it's kind of tough not being able to see their face or my face. it's kind of weird not knowing what you look like. >> reporter: and for any teen, knowing that you can't get your driver's license can be devastating. >> that was kind of a tough day. that's something that every teenager looks forward to. >> reporter: but running was still an option. >> if you love something enough, then you'll find a way to do it. even if you do have struggles
with it. >> reporter: and sami doesn't just run, she runs cross country. through the woods for miles on end. that's where chloe came in. since sami got her last summer, they have been training nonstop. learning to move together and build up chloe's endurance. it's hard enough to get a person to be dedicated enough to run, i can't imagine what it could require of a puppy, nonetheless. >> it's been a huge learning experience. but she's doing a great job. >> reporter: the state initially wouldn't let sami and chloe run on the team. but the school fought for her and won. >> we devised a plan where she could possibly run in a competitive situation. at a sanctioned event. >> reporter: meanwhile, chloe was fitting right in on the team. watch as she takes place in this prerace ritual. >> we had 48 runners on the team and then came chloe. we're a family of 49 runners. >> come here, chloe. >> and though she's all work on
the court, when the harness does come off, her demeanor changes. she's one playful pup. finally after all of their hard work, the time came for sami and chloe to run their race. >> first time she ran with chloe, everybody was cheering. >> that day sami ran her personal best. that's the best she ever ran. >> reporter: in the end, this inspiring teen and her pup achieved their goal. and crossed the finish line together. >> she just faces every day with the most positive attitude that we could ever hope. >> i'm really happy that we can be an inspiration to people. you can really do anything. >> and sami is the just happiest teenager i have ever met. there are different rules for them. they have to start 20 seconds after the rest of the team, so the dog doesn't get entangled with the other runners.
when the herness is on, nobody can touch chloe. chloe is solely focused on sami. once that harness comes off, she's all puppy. >> great story. coming up next -- a dog story of a different kind. what's going on here? dan will tell you coming up. buckle up, because the truth is cleared for take off. believe it! sears veterans day event. this friday and saturday. get 20-50% off red tag appliances. up to 25% off all kenmore plus up to 15% off all other brands. sears. if you have painful, swollen joints, i've been in your shoes. one day i'm on p of the world... the next i'm saying... i have this thing called psoriatic arthritis. i had some intense pain. it progressively got worse. my rheumatologist told me about enbrel. i'm surprised how quickly my symptoms have been managed. [ male announcer ] because enbrel suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events
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♪ the random '80s' song, can only mean one thing. it's time for "fixation." favorite pictures, images things from the week. >> jimmy kimmel has asked parents to send in their videos that they hate all of their halloween candy. kids are outraged. screaming and crying. this is my favorite one. you're about to see two brothers react. here they are. >> don't you guys think you hate
enough candy last night? >> no. only had one bite of candy, are you serious? >> can't wait to meet him a few years from now. >> it goes on. >> you'll probably get a belly ache. >> all of a sudden, the kids turn into parents. >> i like his hands behind his head. all right, mine will not make you cry. but it gives me sweaty palms. wait until you see this video. very cool video out of miami. by a san francisco-based aerial dance group, this is a rehearsal yesterday. for a performance that had last night called sleepless night. it's something they do in miami from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. this morning. all cultural e.s. forget "dancing with the stars." >> i could see ron and dan doing this. >> yeah, right. one of these days. >> can you imagine doing that? >> no.
>> ron has something even more -- >> guess what i have been fixating on this last week. you'll never believe it. rabbit hopping. this is rabbit hopping. it's catching on in europe. it's been around since the 1970s. in central -- haven't heard of it until recently -- they put them in a little harness and they carry them over these hurdles. trying to get them to go as fast as they can. not with a carrot. he's knocking over the hurdle so he's disqualified. this is catching on in europe. maybe coming here soon. >> yeah, i can't decide on what i want to do. that or dancing on a side of a building? we have been covering these occupy wall street protests. a lot of really, tough confrontations between the police and protesters. we saw one that you might have missed, however. take a look at this. coming. there we go. that is aconfrontation between
a french bulldog and the police horse. i like the contest here. the dog is freaking out. and the horse is -- what is this animal? and can i eat it? the video was taken by a local attorney who said it thought provided a nice contrast to the occupy wall street stuff. >> j.c., great to have you here. nice to have my old high school buddy back on the show. thank you everybody for you watching "good morning america." we're always online at abcnews.com. christiane amanpour is back with "this week." and david muir is here with world news this evening. world news this evening.